CLEWISTON — Hendry Regional Medical Center is proud to announce Governor Ron DeSantis has appointed Cathy Rodriguez to the District 1 seat of its esteemed Hospital Authority Board.
As the Clewiston Branch Manager of the Hendry County Tax Collectors Office, she brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the board. Rodriguez will play a pivotal role in shaping the future direction of Hendry Regional and its commitment to delivering innovative and compassionate care to the community.
Rodriguez’s career spans over 30 years in Hendry County and has consistently demonstrated a strong dedication to customer service which will benefit improving patient outcomes and promoting excellence in healthcare delivery. Her extensive experience will be invaluable in guiding Hendry Regional as it continues to expand its services and enhance its reputation as a center of medical excellence.
“We are thrilled to welcome Cathy Rodriguez to the Hospital Authority Board,” said R.D. Williams, CEO. “With her background and passion for healthcare, Mrs. Rodriguez will bring fresh insights and invaluable perspective to our organization. We look forward to working closely with her as we strive to provide the highest quality of care to our patients and community.”
Rodriguez expressed her enthusiasm for joining the Hendry Regional Hospital Authority Board, stating, “I am honored to become a part of Hendry Regional’s Hospital Authority Board and to help make a difference in the community I love. It is an exciting opportunity to contribute to an organization dedicated to improving the lives of those it serves. I am committed to working collaboratively with the board and hospital leadership to enhance the patient experience further and strengthen Hendry Regional’s position as a healthcare leader.”
The addition of Rodriguez to the board signifies Hendry Regional’s ongoing commitment to maintaining a diverse and highly qualified team of professionals dedicated to fulfilling its mission to excel in quality, compassion, and innovation to make our community healthier.